The school year is wrapping up and summer is almost upon us. What to do? Where to go? How to spend 8 weeks of “free” time? In this issue, we’ve included our annual Summer Camp Guide to give you some tips on how to fill the days. You can also find tips on things to do while camping, and how to make sure you’re ready for a day at the beach. If you have a birthday coming up, we’ve included tips on party planning. Aside from fun things to do, make sure you read an important article from BC Children’s Hospital on how to help your children grow up cavity free!
Looking for upcoming Spring or Summer Camp information, independent schools or health professionals? Look no further. Have a read of the current BC Parent Family Resource Guide. We’ve also provided tips on places to explore in the Lower Mainland, Plans for Perfect Parties, How to identify your child’s learning style, information on the New Canada Food Guide.
Enjoy the read!
With Winter comes some great things too. The Holidays are just around the corner and children are getting into their groove at school. What will the New Year bring? In this issue, we have put together some resources to help get 2019 off to a great start – Winter Activities Guide, Independent School Guide etc. We’ve also covered how to help your child become a reader and how to find that secret tip to getting boys to open up.
Enjoy the read and Happy Holidays!
It’s hard to believe that summer is half over. The time has flown by and now it’s time to start thinking about getting back into a routine and preparing for the school year.
What will this school year bring for you? New activities—dance, sports, theatre—or will it bring a focus on education? Maybe a combination is what is required.
In this issue, we’ve tried to give you some suggestions about how to embrace the new school year with tips on getting organized, how to choose an art class, and even how to succeed at failing.
Enjoy the rest of your Summer and Happy Back to School!
Summer holiday is fast approaching so now is the time to start planning how to fill the eight weeks. Will you take a holiday? Book in some summer camps? In this issue, there are some great suggestions to fill the time at home – with bubbles, getting messy or blogging. Our 2018 Summer Camp guide will help point you in the right direction for available overnight and daycamps.
The school year is in full swing. Kids are busy learning, and we’re busy helping them the best we can. One way to potentially help is by getting a psychological educational assessment, but what is that? Unsure what it is, or if your child needs one, read Demystifying Psychological Educational Assessments to learn more.
Looking for a new school? Refer to our preschool guide and independent school guides to help plan 2018.
Finally, it is time to brace ourselves for the cold weather and upcoming holidays. Peruse our holiday event guide and gift guide to inspire you in December. Or read some suggested Winter Camps and activities to ring in the New Year.
In this issue, we’ve tried to pull together some resources to make your Summer
experiences a little smoother. You’ll find our extensive camp guide, tips on how to
entertain, tips on how to keep your young learners learning, and ways to make a
holiday more achievable on a tight budget.
Looking for places to go, people to see, party places? Be sure to check out our comprehensive guide to Family Fun, Birthday Parties, Home, Education, Classes and Programs, Summer Camps and Family Health! All the contacts a BC parent needs to know for 2017.
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